May 19, 2020
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David Breuhan

DAVID BREUHAN is Vice President and Portfolio Manager with Gregory J. Schwartz & Co. in Bloomfield Hills. For greater than two decades, he has managed retirement plans and individual accounts for high net worth clients. David received his Bachelor of Science from the United States Military Academy at West Point and a Master of Science from Walsh College.

Following completion of Airborne and Ranger training, he led soldiers in the United States Army. He served as Cavalry Troop Commander in Operation Desert Storm. David taught graduate school at Walsh College. He has published in Barron’s, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and The Detroit News.

David has lectured at West Point, Georgetown University and Hillsdale College. He has appeared on Neil Cavuto, National Public Radio and Bloomberg Radio. His book is entitled, Spread The Wealth: More Haves Fewer Have-Nots.

E Pluribus Unum

A national crisis deserves a national response. This has already been demonstrated by actions from the Federal Reserve, Congress and the White House. Upwards of $4 trillion will be injected into the economy to assist in everything from small...

Strength In Numbers

The United States has always been allied with other nations throughout our long history. Both countries and individuals have willingly offered both national and personal assistance not only to America as a nation, but to America as an idea...

The Consequences of Trade Policy

Following in the footsteps of Herbert Hoover and George W. Bush, the Trump Administration opened the door to an international trade war by initiating tariffs on steel and aluminum. This follows recent tariffs imposed against washing machines and...

Tripwire

Protectionist storm clouds are on the horizon. As the fifth round of NAFTA negotiations begin without the principal representatives, our trading partners remain far apart on critical issues such as domestic content requirement and sunset provisions...

The World Turned Upside Down

Our generation’s Great Bull Market began on August 12, 1982 and lasted until January 14, 2000. In eighteen years, the Dow Jones Industrial Average moved from 776.92 to 11,722.98. In this remarkable age, we saw divided government, deregulation, tax...

An Appeal to Reason

In the course of civil societies, it often becomes necessary that policies or institutions, having been established by previous generations, face rigorous scrutiny by the public in order to determine their effectiveness.  It is especially right when...

Siren’s Song: The Danger of the Printing Press

The Federal Reserve is our nation’s central bank. It is responsible for many tasks- one of which is establishing targets for the federal funds rate, the rate at which member banks charge each other for overnight loans. In September 2007, the Fed...